India has condemned a suicide attack on a mosque in Afghanistan
India on Monday strongly condemned the terrorist attack on a Shia mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan that killed more than 100 people and called for the criminals to be brought to justice quickly. Should be brought. Islamic State-Khorasan (IS-K) announced a suicide attack on the mosque on October 8. Hundreds of Shia people gathered for Friday prayers during the bombing. Dozens of people were injured in this deadly attack. "India strongly condemns the terrorist attack on a Shia mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan, in which more than 100 Afghans were killed and many wounded," the State Department said in a statement. "We extend our deepest condolences to the families of the victims during the difficult times," the statement said. India says the attack once again underscores the need to combat terrorism in Afghanistan. The statement said, "India is committed to the fight against terrorism and reiterates the importance of combating terrorism in Afghanistan. We stand with the people of Afghanistan and hope that the perpetrators of this attack will be identified." And they will soon be brought to justice. Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan after the fall of the Ashraf Ghani government on August 15, India has repeatedly insisted that Afghan soil be used for terrorism. The Indian government has warned the world community that coming to power in Afghanistan took place without dialogue and against the haste to recognize the establishment of the Taliban.